Sunday, November 3, 2013

AgilePMO celebrating one year anniversary and recommending project management books!

Today AgilePMO blog is celebrating one year anniversary! During this year 40 articles have been posted covering not only project management but also leadership, risk management, virtual and multicultural teams, collaboration, dream mapping and defining goals, creativity, team spirituality, motivating others, mentoring and more other topics! I hope you find the articles interesting and inspiring. Thank you very much for this year and fingers crossed for even more fruitful next years.


We have also a small gift for you - AgilePMO books' recommendation. Enjoy the reading!
 



2. To explore each of the project management approach: Effective Project Management: Traditional, Agile, Extreme by Robert K. Wysocki. In Polish: Efektywne Zarządzanie Projektami.


3. To develop as a Project Manager: The World Class Project Manager: A Professional Development Guide by Robert K. Wysocki, James P. Lewis, Doug DeCarlo.



4. To manage risk properly start with A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk Management (Short Guides to Business Risk) by Penny Pullan, Ruth Murray-Webster.

Hungry for more on managing risk not only in projects but also in your business or life?  David Hilson’s books should be your choice. You can also find “A Short Guide to Risk Appetite” review in one of my previous post.



5. To change the world and become the top class leader: Management 3.0: Leading Agile Developers, Developing Agile Leaders (Addison-Wesley Signature Series (Cohn)) by Jurgen Appelo







2 comments:

  1. Risk management attempts to plan for and handle events that are uncertain in that they may or may actually occur. These are surprises. Some surprises are pleasant. We may plan an event for the public and it is so successful that twice as many people attend as we expected. A good turn-out is positive. However, if we have not planned for this possibility, we will not have resources available to meet the needs of these additional people in a timely manner and the positive can quickly turn into a negative.

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  2. Thanks Casey for yor response and sorry for missing it earlier. You're right we need to manage both opportunities and threats. Best Regards, Malgorzata.

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